# AUTUMN 2013-14 MATHEMATICS TOPIC OVERVIEW – YEAR 10 Week 35 Lesson Topics

Puzzles session

BIRRALEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Learning Objectives

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Practice National prøver paper

Complete 1st 50 questions.

Practice National prøver paper

Complete 1st 50 questions. Understand how the concept of numbers systems evolved. Know and apply Roman numerals Be able to create own number systems and apply them. Present these to class by display.

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Origin of number and number systems Roman Numerals

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Create own number systems

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Fractions, decimals and percentages

Fractional percentages of amounts Percentages which convert to recurring decimals (e.g. 33 1 %), and situations 3

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which lead to percentages of more than 100%

Fractions, decimals and percentages

Simple interest calculations Discuss why reducing a quantity by 10%, and then by 10% again, is not the same as reducing a quantity by 20%

Fractions, decimals and percentages

Simple interest calculations (algebraic and calculator use; website calculator) Discuss why reducing a quantity by 10%, and then by 10% again, is not the same as reducing a quantity by 20%

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Fractions, decimals and percentages

Excel use with simple interest calculations

Fractions, decimals and percentages

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Fractions, decimals and percentages

Excel small interest project

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Powers, indices and calculations

Revisit Calculate with numbers in standard form with/without a calculator (including practical examples) Round numbers in standard form to 1sf to estimate/check calculations (without calculator) Extended Practical examples involving very large and/or very small numbers (eg. examples in astronomy and biology) Compare the relative sizes of things using standard form. How much bigger is an elephant compared to an ant in mm or cm?

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Topic test
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Essential Algebra Revisit - Expand and simplify expressions involving more than one pair of brackets, eg 3(x + 4) – 2 (x – 3); (2x + 3)(3x – 4)

Factorise quadratic expression (including the difference of two squares)

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Factorise quadratic expression (including the difference of two squares) Essential Algebra

Essential Algebra

Simplify algebraic fractions, eg

8a  28 4

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2  x  3

2

6  x  3

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2 x  32
2

x  3x  4
2

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HALF TERM BREAK

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Essential Algebra

Holiday revisit Further work on factorising quadratic expressions involving negative terms and 2 non-unitary coefficient of x Further work on factorising quadratic expressions involving negative terms and 2 non-unitary coefficient of x Simplify algebraic fractions with harder factorisations

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National Test week

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National Test week

National Test week

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Coordinates and graphs

Add a point to a coordinate grid to complete a given shape (parallelogram; rhombus; trapezium; square) by coordinates only, not graphically. Use the formula to calculate the mid-point of a line segment

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Coordinates and graphs

Understand how to represent points in 1-D, 2-D and 3-D Write down an equation for a line parallel to the coordinate axes; Draw a line parallel to the coordinate axes given the equation

Coordinates and graphs

Find the value of a in y = ax from the graph of in y = ax (by considering number pattern in the coordinates) Find the value of a in y = ax from the graph of in y = ax (by considering number pattern in the coordinates) Produce a table of values for a linear relation and plot the points on a grid (including fractional coefficients of x)

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Coordinates and graphs

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Coordinates and graphs

Coordinates and graphs

Consolidation

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Sequences

Find and use the nth term of a sequence of numbers/shapes Find whether a number is part of a given sequence

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Sequences Investigate the number patterns in Pascal’s triangle

Sequences

Use algebra to describe real situation, e.g. n quadrilaterals have 4n sides

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TENTAMEN WEEK

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Sequences

Investigate sequences of triangle numbers, Fibonacci numbers, etc

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Sequences

Investigate sequences of triangle numbers, Fibonacci numbers, etc

Sequences

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Properties of shapes

Name a polygon with 3, 4, ..., 10 sides, and Identify triangles by their properties (scalene, isosceles, equilateral, right-angled, obtuse, and acute)

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Use the angle properties of triangle to find missing angles Prove the exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the two opposite interior angles Identify quadrilaterals by their properties (trapezium, parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, square, kite and arrowhead)

Properties of shapes

Use previous lesson’s topic to extend project, and create shape property sequences and link with previous week.
Use triangles to find the angle sums of polygons Use the angle properties of triangles to find missing angles in combinations of triangles

Properties of shapes

Prove the angle sum in a triangle is 180

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Angles and Bearings

Use alternate and corresponding angles in parallel lines to find missing angles Know that a bearing is an angle measured clockwise from North

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Work out the bearing of B from A given the bearing of A from B

Bearings lesson projects

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Consolidation and Geogebra use

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Topic test
Christmas Mathematics

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Christmas